Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey 2007

Module: Identity

This page lists the questions asked within the Identity module in 2007. Clicking on the question name printed to the left of every question will bring you to the tables of results for that question. Publications and further information on Identity can be found on the Political Attitudes Resources and Community Relations Resources pages.


RUCUNESY: Does a photograph of an RUC crest make you feel uneasy?

RUCSAT: Does a photograph of an RUC crest make you feel satisfied?

RUCANNOY: Does a photograph of an RUC crest make you feel annoyed?

RUCHOPE: Does a photograph of an RUC crest make you feel hopeful?

UJUNEASY: Does a photograph of a Union flag make you feel uneasy?

UJSAT: Does a photograph of a Union flag make you feel satisfied?

UJANNOY: Does a photograph of a Union flag make you feel annoyed?

UJHOPE: Does a photograph of a Union flag make you feel hopeful?

TRIUNESY: Does a photograph of an Irish tricolour flag make you feel uneasy?

TRISAT: Does a photograph of an Irish tricolour flag make you feel satisfied?

TRIANNOY: Does a photograph of an Irish tricolour flag make you feel annoyed?

TRIHOPE: Does a photograph of an Irish tricolour flag make you feel hopeful?

HUNEASY: Does a photograph of a Hunger Striker memorial make you feel uneasy?

HSAT: Does a photograph of a Hunger Striker memorial make you feel satisfied?

HANNOY: Does a photograph of a Hunger Striker memorial make you feel annoyed?

HHOPE: Does a photograph of a Hunger Striker memorial make you feel hopeful?

ASSUNESY: Does a photograph of the N Ireland Executive, May 2007 make you feel uneasy?

ASSSAT: Does a photograph of the N Ireland Executive, May 2007 make you feel satisfied?

ASSANNOY: Does a photograph of the N Ireland Executive, May 2007 make you feel annoyed?

ASSHOPE: Does a photograph of the N Ireland Executive, May 2007 make you feel hopeful?

RELIGION: Do you regard yourself as belonging to any particular religion?

NATREFL: How much is your national identity an important reflection of who you are?

NATSENSE: Is your national identity unimportant to your sense of what kind of person you are?

ONATRESP: Do others respect people with your national identity?

ONATOPN: Do people have a high opinion of people of your national identity?

IRBRIT: Are you Irish or British?

FIRBRIT: How might your father have described himself at your age?

MIRBRIT: How might your mother described herself at your age?

RELREFL: Is your religion an important relfection of who you are?

RELSENSE: Is your religion unimportant to your sense of what kind of person you are?

ORELRESP: Do others respect people of your religion?

ORELOPN: Do people have a high opinion of people of your religion?

NATUNESY: How uneasy do you feel about being of your national identity in N Ireland?

NATSAT: How satisfied do you feel about being of your national identity in N Ireland?

NATANNOY: How annoyed do you feel about being of your national identity in N Ireland?

NATHOPE: How hopeful do you feel about being of your national identity in N Ireland?

RELUNESY: How uneasy do you feel about being of your religion in N Ireland?

RELSAT: How satisfied do you feel about being of your religion in N Ireland?

RELANNOY: How annoyed do you feel about being of your religion in N Ireland?

RELHOPE: How hopeful do you feel about being of your religion in N Ireland?

FEELOREL: How favourable do you feel towards the other main religious community in N Ireland?

SYMPOREL: How often have you felt sympathy for those of the other religious tradition?

RESTOREL: How often have you felt resentment towards those of the other religious tradition?

ADMROREL: How often have you felt admiration for those of the other religious tradition?

RESPOREL: How often have you felt respect for those of the other religious tradition?

ECADREL: Is any economic advantage enjoyed by one religious tradition in N Ireland at a cost to the other?

PGAINREL: Does a political gain for one religious tradition in N Ireland usually result in a loss of ground for the other?

PLSPROT: Do you sometimes feel pleased when something happens that means people in the Protestant community donít get their own way?

PLSCATH: Do you sometimes feel pleased when something happens that means people in the Catholic community donít get their own way?

NOTCAREO: Do you care what goes on among those of the other religious tradition?

NOTCAREB: Do you care what goes on among both of the main religious traditions?

PCSEP: In Northern Ireland, have Protestants and Catholics always been separate peoples.

PCSEPFUT: In Northern Ireland, will Protestants and Catholics always be separate peoples?

BRITPROT: Are Britishness and Protestantism strongly intertwined?

IRISHCAT: Are Irishness and Catholicism strongly intertwined?

BRPROT2: Can you only call yourself British if you are a Protestant?

IRCATH2: Can you only call yourself Irish if you are a Catholic?

LIRUNESY: How uneasy would a hospital letter in Irish and English make you feel?

LIRSAT: How satisfied would a hospital letter in Irish and English make you feel?

LIRANNOY: How annoyed would a hospital letter in Irish and English make you feel?

LIRHOPE: How hopeful would a hospital letter in Irish and English make you feel?

POPUNESY: How uneasy would you feel seeing TV news presenters wearing poppies?

POPSAT: How satisfied would you feel seeing TV news presenters wearing poppies?

POPANNOY: How annoyed would you feel seeing TV news presenters wearing poppies?

POPHOPE: How hopeful would you feel seeing TV news presenters wearing poppies?




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